If I ask you, do you love to chit-chat? You will ask me:  what is this question, we all love to do that. If I ask you to stay calm for a few minutes, close your eyes, concentrate, and talk to yourself? Would you, do it? Your answer may be no, you will say: Why should I talk to myself when I have so many friends to talk to? True! But try this, you will discover a new you.

You will say, you are talking about meditation, we know about it, but it is not easy to practice. Indeed, it is not easy to practice as most of us are suffering from “Monkey Mind” syndrome. It keeps hopping from one thought to another like a monkey and that needs to be controlled.

I will share with you my experience with meditation. While undergoing some stressful times, a friend suggested meditation. I found it quite hard to practice myself, so I quit it and decided to go for expert guidance. Believe me, it helped me a great deal and today I have become a great proponent of “Meditation.”

Let me share with you that in my initial sessions, I opened my eyes five times in two minutes, just to figure out what was happening around me. As if my world will come to a halt if I keep my eyes shut for some more time. But, in due course, I overcame this and made meditation, a part of my daily routine. It helped me immensely in staying calm and peaceful towards all situations in life. Meditation is the most empowering activity of your life. When you are in sync with the higher realm, you realize the importance of self over everyday mundane activities.

So, what is meditation?

Meditation is a practice of mindfulness, or focusing the mind on a particular object, thought, or activity to train attention and awareness, and achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state.

Meditation is practised in numerous religious traditions. The earliest records of meditation (dhyana) are found in the Upanishads, and meditation plays an important role in Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism. Since the 19th century, Asian meditative techniques have spread to other cultures where they have also found application in non-spiritual contexts, such as business and health.

Besides, Meditation can give you a sense of calm, peace, and balance that can benefit your emotional well-being and your overall health. You can also use it to relax and cope with stress by focusing on something that calms you. Meditation can help you learn to stay centred and keep inner peace.

“Meditation is not about stopping thoughts, but recognizing that we are more than our thoughts and our feelings.” — Arianna Huffington

It is not only me or people like me who inculcated meditation in our day-to-day life because of some stressful situations, there are many more who have done it for their overall well-being. Alongside physical health, they want to nurture good mental health as well.

This way we see that meditation can improve well-being and quality of life.

Recent studies have offered promising results about the impact of meditation in reducing blood pressure. There is also evidence that it can help people manage insomnia, depression, and anxiety.

Some research suggests that meditation physically changes the brain and could help:

  • Increase ability to process information
  • Slow the cognitive effects of ageing
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Support the immune system
  • Reduce symptoms of menopause
  • Control the brain’s response to pain
  • Improve sleep

In today’s times, it is more important to take care of your mental health and stay calm to tackle aggravated situations. Meditation is not a luxury; it is a necessity of life. With meditation, we can train our minds to become more present, focused, and still. We can train our attention and awareness, helping us feel calm and clear. Meditation is a means of quieting and focusing our minds.

So, why meditation is necessary?

Although it is well known as a technique to reduce stress and anxiety, research shows that it may also help enhance your mood, promote healthy sleep patterns, and boost cognitive skills. Meditation is the habitual process of training your mind to focus and redirect your thoughts.

With meditation, we can train our minds to become more present, focused, and still. We can train our attention and awareness, helping us feel calm and clear. Meditation is a means of quieting and focusing our minds.

For this, you need an expert to guide you and help you achieve the immense benefits of meditation.

Happy Ho is the best in Delhi/NCR in providing you the guidance and coaching on Meditation under expert mentors .  We have individual as well as corporate sessions .

Don’t postpone it, book a session with Happy HO for your office staff, colleagues, family, and yourself and experience a life-changing phenomenon.

For any query connect with Ms. Monika Shankar

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